Single-cup coffee is a growing trend at home and away from home, allowing consumers to prepare one cup of coffee at a time. For example, in almost 20 years since the Keurig was first introduced, the single-cup coffeemaker has become a staple of kitchens and workplaces alike. As this trend continues to grow, what do future products and appliances look like for single-cup?
Tell us what you believe the future of single-cup coffee will look like. Specifically, provide detailed responses for the following questions:
CRITERIA: Remember that single-cup coffee should be convenient, consistent from cup to cup, and sustainable. Single-serve coffee appliances should be able to accommodate a wide range of types of coffee-style drinks.
BONUS: If you can tackle the problem of package waste, please do! We know some single-serve coffee cups are getting questioned because of the waste and lack of sustainability.
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